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  • 8 Reasons You Need an Electric Pressure Cooker

    By Chef Alli on February 19, 2018

    Like most, I was highly skeptical about how great electric pressure cooking is. That was four years ago and I've never looked back. Now I'm a total convert; a huge electric pressure cooking fan....

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  • Prescribed Burning in the Flint Hills of Kansas

    By Hannah Becker on February 12, 2018

    Experiencing the Flint Hills during the months of prescribed burning should be on everyone’s bucket list. Prescribed burning, also known as a controlled burn, is intentional in the Flint Hills. This...

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  • Your Guide to Kansas Breweries

    By Rick McNary on February 12, 2018

    Do you need a new adventure for your bucket list? May we suggest a tour of craft beer brewpubs in Kansas? Lucky for you, Kansas is home to several breweries for you to experience. Learn about pairing...

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  • Kansas Breweries

    By Rick McNary on February 12, 2018

    Around the State Blind Tiger Brewery & Restaurant 417 SW 37th St Topeka, KS 66611-2354  Phone: (785) 267-2739 www.blindtiger.com Blue Skye Brewery 116 N Santa Fe Ave Salina, KS 67401-...

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  • Kids Craft: Paper Butterflies

    By Mandy Beyeler on February 7, 2018

    Warmer weather is on its way (really!) and a great way to jumpstart those spring feelings is with these paper butterflies. Experiment with various colored paper combinations to make each butterfly...

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  • 5 times you should (not) pay with your credit card

    By Farm Bureau Financial Services on February 6, 2018

    There’s no doubt using credit cards makes life easier. When everyone from the flower vendor at the local farmers market to the news stand on the corner accepts plastic, why not use your credit card...

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  • Sorghum: The Up-And-Coming Food Product

    By Leigh Ann Maurath on February 6, 2018

    Earl Roemer’s office is simple. Nothing fancy adorns the walls. A small, well-used desk sits in the corner. A conference table lined with products made with grain sorghum (or milo) sits in the middle...

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    Hunting with Heroes

    By John Schlageck on February 6, 2018

    On the opening weekend of pheasant season, veterans from across the United States travel to Ness County, a High Plains region of Kansas, to hunt with Marvin and Twylia Sekavec. Each year, between 40-...

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    Easy Easter Brunch Menu

    By Chef Alli on February 6, 2018

    If you're gathering the clan for an Easter celebration, why not consider brunch? I love hosting a late-morning brunch because it gives me more time to prepare before guests arrive. Brunch seems to be...

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  • Cultivate Kansas City

    By Kate Hagans on February 6, 2018

    Food is a source of nourishment, but more than that, it’s a way to bring families and friends together through a cultural experience. Cultivate Kansas City, a non-profit organization, is helping...

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